City of Boise Responsible Alcohol Training

This certification is required for anyone that sells, serves or mixes alcohol in the city limits of Boise. This includes anyone that manages or oversees anyone that sells, serves or mixes alcohol.

This training is to help promote legal and responsible sales and service of alcoholic beverages.

This course and website were designed with multiple devices in mind. All course content is in HTML5 which means it will work on Ipad-Iphone-Android-Kindle Fire-Desktop and Mac Devices. You do not need Adobe Flash Player, and there is no need to download any other browser to take our course. We have tested our course in Firefox, Edge, Chrome, Opera and Safari browser.

Returning students click the RETURNING USER LOGIN link on the top of the page to log back in where you left off.


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  • Complete the course in 2 hours.
  • Fastest way to get your Boise Permit Online.
  • Save time with our Fast and Easy online training.
  • Our online course also includes a full narration to help you learn as you go.

Boise Alcohol Permit

Proof of Completion

  • Print your Certificate of Completion after you pass your test.
  • If you misplace or lose your Certificate, you can log back in and reprint it for free.
  • Certificat of Completion is good for 3 years.

Online Alcohol Permit

Secure Online Training

  • We use a state of the art online training Learning Management System that secures your information and is easy to use.
  • Log out any time and continue where you left off when you log back in.

Why Choose Us

The intent of server education is to help servers develop the knowledge and skills that support responsible alcohol service. By law, classes must cover the following topics:

  • The effects of alcohol on the body and behavior, including the interaction of alcohol with other drugs.
  • Idaho's and the City of Boise alcohol sale and service laws, including drunk driving laws.
  • Intervention techniques for dealing with intoxicated and underage customers.
  • Responsible advertising, marketing, and management procedures.

2016 Alcohol Related Accidents

204 Fatal car accidents occurred in Louisiana in 2016

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2015 Alcohol Related Accidents

216 Fatal car accidents occurred in Idaho in 2015

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Log In and Out As Much As You Want

  • Study at your own pace, quick and easy course units.
  • Save time and gas, the course is available 24/7.
  • Take it on your own time.
  • Take it with any online connected device.

After you have registered for your online course, you can log back in by clicking the "RETURNING USER LOGIN" button at the top of the page.

Providers, Trainers, and Servers

Since it was created in 2008, the Boise Responsible Vendor Program has trained and permitted thousands of servers in the City of Boise. The server must maintain the certification throughout his or her career as a server of alcohol.

Why Are Servers Required To Take An Alcohol Education Class?

Licensees operating establishments where alcoholic beverages are served and consumed on the premises must ensure that each Server of Alcohol employed on the premises is either already certified or completes an Approved Server Training Program by July 1, 2009, or within sixty ( 60) days of the date the server begins employment at the establishment and that each Server of Alcohol maintains that certification throughout his or her employment as a server of alcohol. Club Licensees are required to have no less than one Server of Alcohol, whether employed or a volunteer, on the premises at all times to supervise the service of alcohol to members and the guests of members. Club Licensees are required to ensure that all supervising Servers of Alcohol have completed an Approved Server Training Program by July 1, 2009, or before supervising the service of alcohol to members and the guests of members.

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